I was made to watch it when it first came out because it’s filmed in a village where a lot of my family live. Naturally I hated it because I was viewing it against my will and so I wanted something to moan about… but now I’ve watched it goodness knows how many times, and I still love it.
I hate telling people that Hot Fuzz is my favourite film, because there’s no real sentiment behind it, no deep and meaningful lesson or intellectual background story (unless I’m watching it wrong…), it just makes me laugh.
I have holiday from half way through June, until the end of September… and I want to do something proper with it. I have a normal job I could do, but I think I’ll go mad standing behind a bar all day everyday for that long… I want to do something that’ll be good/useful experience for me, and fun I’m not that bothered about making loads of money But I don’t have much to spend either I wouldn’t mind if it was residential, or even abroad But I can’t speak any other languages
toyskeleton asked: More or less yes, I mean all relationship (Friends or lovers) are really the same. Also I just kind of understand how they work.
Personally, I disagree. I think relationships are individual; I think context, history, personality etc all make a difference, and so I struggle to agree that someone could understand how they all work.
I’m still not a big fan of this day… There’s so much pressure for it to be perfect, to spend money, and most importantly, to be with someone. It seems such a strange idea to be told when to show your feelings… and to be honest I find it harder to be soppy or cheesy on this day than any other in the calender. Like, on a normal day, I will tell him that I love him and that’s fine and dandy, but on valentines that’s not enough - I have to say ‘you’re my one and only’, ‘you make my world’, ‘I’ll be with you always’… and that’s just a bit too much for me. Why can’t they make a valentines card that says ‘You’re pretty damn great, and I’m really happy that I’m with you right now’?
I love Birthdays. I think they’re special, and I think a reason to have a good time should be taken advantage of because sometime’s they don’t come around that often. I think an opportunity to spend time with the people you love should be grabbed.
But I realise that’s not the same for everyone, and for whatever reason, celebrations like birthday and Christmas just aren’t important to you… so I guess I have no real reason to be annoyed when you say you don’t want to do anything that night. Despite me travelling to see you.
I had a long catchup and walk with my friend from home on Friday, and lunch with her again today. My lovely boyfriend came to stay for the weekend and we walked around the city. We got milkshakes, people watched and tried to resist being the impulse buyers that we both are. I had two yummy pub lunches, had drinks with some friends, watched a good film I’d never seen before, and had plenty of cuddles.
Just put both my visitors on the train back home though. Bit sad now.